handcrafted backcountry ski & splitboard experiences


RBG delivers hand-crafted, backcountry ski touring and splitboarding experiences through two to five day programs (our personal recommendation for the ideal trip lengths). Join an existing group of like-minded backcountry skiers and riders or let us design a custom program to cater to your group’s interests.

Exploring Rogers Pass and the Revelstoke Mountain Resort backcountry, our highly experienced team of local IFMGA and ACMG guides have numerous options to access the best conditions and terrain that align with your backcountry objectives and experience level.

Additional program details are located below.  Once you select dates and a program length, we’ll begin to work directly with you to develop your experience.

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Revelstoke Mountain Resort Backcountry
  • Single day backcountry touring
  • ACMG or IFMGA Guide 5:1 max ratio
  • Lift Tickets at Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • Early lift access exclusively with RBG
  • Lunches
  • Avalanche Safety Equipment
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  • from $300 per skier
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Custom Best of Revelstoke
  • Flexible fully custom programs from 3-7 days
  • Our Services:
  • Private ACMG or IFMGA Guide 4:1 max ratio
  • Private Lodging and Lift Ticket Packages
  • Ground Transportation
  • Heli Touring, Heli-Skiing and Cat-Skiing Booking
  • Custom quotes from $900 per person
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Revelstoke and Rogers Pass Two Day Program
  • One day RMR BC, One day Rogers Pass
  • ACMG or IFMGA Guide 4:1 max ratio
  • Lift Tickets (if required)
  • Open group for advanced skiers
  • Lunches
  • 2 guides for groups of 5 or more
  • Revelstoke to ski venue group transportation
  • $600 per person or $2000 for private groups
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Our Team

Creative thinkers certified by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG)

Industry leaders who prioritize safety and a high standard of ski experience

Adventure seekers and mountain obsessives

True professionals thriving on creating the ultimate mountain adventure

ACMG Guide Partners

Who we are

Mike Bromberg AMGA/IFMGA
Lydia Marmont ACMG SG
Jeff Mitchell ACMG/IFMGA
Christina Lustenberger ACMG SG
Mark Bender ACMG SG
Todd Anthony-Malone ACMG/IFMGA
Ali Haeri ACMG SG
Emelie Stenberg ACMG SG
Greg Hill ACMG SG
Isaac Kamink ACMG ASG
Larry Kelly ACMG ASG
Aaron Chance ACMG ASG
Andrea Lustenberger Program Coordinator
Colin Titsworth Logistics Coordinator

Revelstoke Backcountry Guides is committed to safety minded, high adventure experiences in the Columbia mountains of B.C. Trust, respect and situational awareness are the foundations of a successful experience in the mountains and we believe that connecting directly with your guide for every step of the process is key. Our focus is on detail oriented, backcountry ski and splitboard guiding trips. As the exclusive provider of backcountry trips for Revelstoke Mountain Resort, we look forward to sharing our local mountains.


Why Revelstoke?

Our snowpack is the perfect blend of quality and quantity. We can access a large diversity of terrain that ranges from unique cedar old growth forests – perfect for storm skiing- to high alpine glaciated terrain and traverses. Simply put, we believe the Selkirks are the best ski mountains on Earth.

Backcountry Glacier Terrain at Rogers Pass


“The Selkirks abound in abrupt, bold forms such as narrow V-shaped valleys and sharp A-shaped peaks. Mountains, valley, glaciers, and torrents are crowded together in a compact maze. They press upon one irresistibly from every side and merely to be among them is to sense their rugged vigorous appeal.” – Howard Palmer Mountaineering and Exploration in the Selkirks

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trip consulting

we offer a trip consulting service.

Ability Level

Our guides happily accommodate novice backcountry travelers, however all of our trips involve significant uphill travel using skis and skins or a splitboard. We recommend that skiers have advanced downhill abilities and are capable of skiing most piste runs.  Snowboarders should be expert level riders capable of anticipating changes in terrain.


What’s Included

IFMGA and/or ACMG Certified Ski Guide at a maximum of 5 guests to one guide

All group gear and emergency communication for guide and guests

Avalanche Safety Equipment (Transceiver, Shovel, Probe)

Rogers Pass Glacier National Park winter restricted area permits

Transportation to/from ski venues from Revelstoke

Lift tickets for guide and skiers

Lunch on guided touring days

Not Included

All airfare and travel to Revelstoke BC

Lodging and Private Catering (available as additional service)

Personal ski and splitboard equipment (available to rent locally)

Additional mechanized assistance including additional lift accessed days, snowcat or heli-skiing




Travel Logistics

Revelstoke is located within striking distance of several international airports. The majority of our skiers arrive by air through Kelowna YLW, then transfer by car to Revelstoke (2 hrs). Other itineraries include travel through Calgary (4.75 hrs), Kamloops (2.5 hrs), Spokane (6 hrs), Seattle (7.5 hrs) or Vancouver (7 hrs).

Our farthest commute from Revelstoke to our ski terrain is 45minutes via the Trans Canada Highway to Rogers Pass.


We are available for guided skiing in the region from December to May. Below are some seasonal generalizations.

December- Mid January Days are short and typically filled with deep cold snow. Historically, Revelstoke is one of the best places for early season powder skiing with excellent coverage and regular storm skiing. Sunny days tend to be scarce. The mountains are typically less crowded and lodge space and local accommodations are more readily available.

Mid January-Early March Heart of the season with typically deep snowpack (2-4meters) and reliable powder skiing conditions with chances for better visibility. February is the high season with very limited last minute availability.

Mid March-Mid April Early spring conditions with equal chances at sunny alpine conditions with excellent snow or spring powder skiing. Generally rock climbing and mountain biking areas in Revelstoke become dry enough for multisport days.

Late April- May Spring ski mountaineering season with corn skiing and big overnight objectives. Mountains can be in excellent condition at the higher elevations. Tent based or traverse type programs are ideal at this time of year with many of our guides traveling to higher elevation zones or more Northern latitudes.


Add On’s

We know the local options and can help you plan other aspects of your trip. Think of us as your powder concierge.

  • Lodging and Catering Options for Private Groups
  • Airport Transfers to Revelstoke (road or air)
  • Massage Therapy
  • Helicopter and Snowcat Skiing Booking and Referrals
  • Professional On- Snow Photography Services

Waiver and Terms

Each guest will be required to sign a paper copy of our Release Agreement prior to participation.

Terms and Conditions

Full payment is due the earlier of December 1st or 60 days prior to trip start.

Cancellation Policy

Payments are non-refundable and we recommend that each guest purchases trip cancellation insurance from tugo or travelex. If there is a need to cancel or alter your current booking, please contact us as soon as possible.


Contact us via email or SMS to discuss a reservation. We love the opportunity to talk skiing and will look forward to putting together an itinerary for you.

Step 1

Email or call us at 250 814 4835 to check on availability based on your group size and desired dates.


Step 2

Once dates and availability are confirmed, we’ll work directly with you to create a custom itinerary and recommend the best blend of services for your group’s needs. Trip deposits and payments can be made securely through a direct online invoice.

Each skier will be required to sign our Release Agreement prior to participation in any RBG program.